Can you give that Progressive linkage part number and where you get it?
The Fitech efi open together. It is very important to have all four butterflies open at the same time and that the IAC is adjusted as such. I don't think they have the option to use progressive operation. If the Sniper has spring on the primary and secondary butterflies then there should be no need to add another spring. This can make it stiff and touchy to operate the butterflies. The Fitech has two throttle linkage holes and it's best to use the one further from the pivot point for a mechanical advantage. Maybe the Sniper does too.Update Drove the car. Pretty good except the throttle is very touchy. Come to find out that the Sniper opens all 4 barrels at the same time when you step on the gas. Both primaries and secondaries have return springs, and you have your own return springs on. Makes the throttle feel verry hard and touchy. Solution you get a $13 part to change the linkage from all in to progressive. Part on order, simple fix. Not yet. You have to upload into hand held and tell Sniper you now have progressive linkage. My software does not give me that option. But on- line video's show if you have the latest software you can install it. I just bought this thing you would think it would have the latest software .NOT. I will be calling them Monday for options. Not real happy with all these things. And oh ya you upgrade the software about every year. Don't have to do that with a CARB.
Whatup laser-red.....I was just going to ask if you would overall recommend the Sniper . Are you running their in tank OE style fuel module?I am to the point where I will not recommend this Sniper. But not yet
To keep from getting aggravated with the "hold" (and it's not just Holley) I put the phone on speaker and go on with other stuff till they answer.I was just on hold for (Holley) 45 min to see where my replacement SD card was for my handheld on my Sniper. It will be delivered Monday that's 6 days after they told me they would send it. NOT GOOD